Upcoming Services

Each Sunday, we gather around story and song, silence and spoken word. Worship, as with Religious Education and small groups and classes, are guided by our monthly theological theme. Our services include sermons from our Ministers and guest speakers, music from our choir and other featured musicians, and various celebrations throughout the year.

Sunday Services and Religious Education: 9am & 11am
(September – early June)

Summer Sunday Service and Religious Education: 10am
(mid June – Labor Day)

JUNE 4 9am: Flower Communion Service | Presentation of the 9-11 Memorial Scholarship, Religious Education Celebrations, with music from the Adult Choir and Youth Choir. We close the regular church year with this Unitarian Universalist tradition by bringing flowers to share in our common bouquet—a stem from your garden or from the store, showy weeds from the roadside, anything in bloom!

10:15am: Annual Meeting | Honor new members; listen to President Laurie Kigner’s report on 2016-17; recognize the work of this year’s lay leaders and vote for next year’s nominees; affirm the 2017-18 budget and the program it empowers. All are welcome! WBUUC members strongly encouraged to attend.

JUNE 11 Thank you Everybody. Thank you Everything. | Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer with music from Carol Caouette Farewell Party for Rev. Luke! Join us for cake and lemonade following the service, as we bid farewell to Luke and Jenna, Louisa and Clara Stevens-Royer.

JUNE 18 Discovering and Remembering Your Wisdom | Guest preacher Ken Stewart with guest musician Dean Magraw

JUNE 25 Waiting for Benedict: A New Monasticism and the Path of Radical Compassion | Guest Preacher Rev. David Hottinger with music from Mary Duncan, featured musician and hymns | David Hottinger serves as the Manager of the Spiritual Care Department at Hennepin County Medical Center. Ordained in the United Church of Christ, he holds degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Oberlin College and lives with his wife, Joanna, and their blended family of six children in White Bear Lake.